Dianne Reynolds Cane, M.D.
Joined the board in:
Director, Virginia Department of Health Professions
Donor Engagement & Outreach (Chair), Executive and Governance
Click on the video below to see a brief interview with Dianne Reynolds-Cane about issues affecting health care in Virginia.
In May 2010, Dianne Reynolds-Cane was appointed by Bob McDonnell to serve as the Director of Department of Health Professions for the Commonwealth of Virginia. Previously, she served as the Medical Director of the Daily Planet, a federally qualified health center serving the homeless in Richmond. While Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Community Health at Virginia Commonwealth University, she developed the fourth year medical school elective course, Health Care for the Homeless.
Dr. Reynolds-Cane has served on several boards of directors of community service organizations, museums, hospitals, colleges, and private schools. She is a Williamson Institute Health Law Fellow, a Public Policy Fellow, and Fellow of the U.S. Federation of State Medical Boards. She has held appointments to several state committees and boards including the Virginia Board of Medicine where she served as its first African-American woman President.
She was designated a Virginia Hero by tennis pro Arthur Ashe’s organization and has been honored locally and nationally for her professional achievements.